The Last of Us Takes Over Toronto's Union Station
PlayStation Canada has set up a "Live from PS5" display in Toronto from March 24th to March 26th at Union Station, all the details about the outbreak.
In late January of this year, PlayStation launched the “Live from PS5” campaign, celebrating the PlayStation 5 community and inviting more players to experience the platform. Things kicked off at CES with the console maker announcing that they've sold more than 30 million PS5 units with December 2022 being the best month ever for console sales.
"Things kicked off at CES with the console maker announcing that they've sold more than 30 million PS5 units with December 2022 being the best month ever for console sales."
Along with this announcement, Sony also shared that the supply of PS5 units has finally caught up with the demand. This meant that those who want to buy a console should now be able to find one more easily. To mark the occasion a series of ads and installations inspired by some of the best games available on the platform.
A global PlayStation phenomenon
Across the globe, PlayStation has brought to life unique activations, from the Americas to Europe, Asia and the Middle East. Titles like God of War Ragnarök, Horizon Forbidden West and The Last of Us Part I have been featured in installations that have emerged over the last few months. There have been otherworldly creatures, 10-ft tall Norse weapons and webbed-up VWs springing up every few weeks.
Cordyceps in the six
This weekend Toronto is getting in on the “Live from PS5” action. Hot on the heels of the Last of Us HBO TV series finale and the upcoming PC release of the TLOU: Part I game, an outbreak of Cordyceps has occurred in the heart of the city. PlayStation Canada has taken over the Union Station GO Bay Concourse, recreating a scene straight out of the PlayStation 5 game, The Last of Us Part I.
Throughout the weekend, Canadians have a chance to explore the Cordyceps Infection Zone during these specific times:
Friday, March 24, 2 pm – 10 pm EDT
Saturday, March 25, 10 am – 10 pm EDT
Sunday, March 26, 12 pm – 10 pm EDT
Be sure to check out PlayStation Canada’s social media channel for updates on the Cordyceps Infection Zone on Twitter and Facebook.
Image Credit: PlayStation Canada | PlayStation UK | PlayStation Italia | PlayStation Korea
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